Jun 10, 2014, 6:30 PM EDT
According to the report, a representative from the NCAA Enforcement Division is arriving in Honolulu on Tuesday to talk with Arnold and assistant coaches Brandyn Akana and Benjy Taylor.
This will be the third time the NCAA has interviewed Arnold and staff in the last few months.
“They are doing some final interviews. That is my understanding,” Hawaii Athletics Director Ben Jay said to the Associated Press.
The program has been investigated since a self-reported incident in which a form was altered to admit an athlete in January. Akana was suspended for 30 days, which forced the assistant coach to miss 12 of the team’s final 14 games, but the school never gave a reason for the suspension.
Hawaii plans on fully cooperating in the investigation and it’s interesting to note that two staff members recently took jobs at the junior college level earlier this offseason.
- Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan makes another statement wavering on potential retirement 0
- Cody Zeller, Indiana president speak out against recent athlete legal issues 0
- Five-star 2016 combo guard cuts list to four 0
- Xavier, Mount St. Joseph to launch the ‘Lauren Hill Tip-Off Classic’ 0
- Tai Wynyard: ‘I will be coming to UK in December’ 0
- Tom Izzo, 30 second shot clocks, and why zone presses will be more popular this year 1
- Kentucky lands a commitment from four-star 2016 forward 0
- Blue Ribbon announces their preseason all-american team (3)
- 10 year old Ohio State fan worried heart surgery would make him love Michigan (1)
- Xavier, Mount St. Joseph to launch the ‘Lauren Hill Tip-Off Classic’ (1)
- Seton Hall to give scholarship basketball players $2,600 towards cost of attendance (1)
- Indiana president none too pleased with recent legal issues involving student-athletes (1)